Memphis--A cloudy sky will continue Friday night with slow clearing expected Saturday. Even with sunshine for the afternoon, temperatures will remain much colder than normal for late October in the Mid-South. Highs in the mid to upper 50s are likely Saturday and Sunday. Winds will remain high enough at night to prevent frost from developing Saturday night. Sunday night and beyond, winds will be lighter allowing frost development. Tuesday morning may be cold enough for a few spots to see freezing temperatures. A slow warming trend will begin Tuesday afternoon. Halloween will be dry but cool; a jacket or sweater will be needed to wear over costumes. The warm up continues Thursday and Friday with highs reaching the mid to possibly upper 60s. However the warm 80s from earlier this week are long gone for a while.
-Meteorologist Mark Walden